Tag: file

Kdan Mobile updates PDF Reader for iOS

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Kdan Mobile has released version 3.8 of PDF Reader, a major update to its powerful mobile PDF application for iPhone and iPod Touch. The new version includes a new user interface, optimized annotation tools, PDF form-filling capability, support for new file types and it integrates with online storage applications.

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Unite demands meeting with WWF over unprintable PDF

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Unite, the UK’s second largest Union, has demanded a meeting with WWF, the world’s leading environmental organisation, in a bid to prevent negative consequences on workers in print industry from WWF’s announcement of unprintable file format. Unite has written to WWF for an immediate meeting on this issue with Unite and representatives from Print industry.

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Ubiquitous PDF: 2009 IRS income tax forms available for download

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With less than a month to go until Americans will be scrambling to file their 2009 tax paperwork. Luckily, printable PDF versions of forms such as the 1040 can be downloaded for free from the IRS website.

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Internet Explorer bug leaks PDF data

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In an article on The Register, Dan Goodin noted that a bug in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer has been causing PDF files to leak private information about local file locations.

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This week in PDF: .NET interface for the Adobe PDF Library released

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This week in PDF has see the release of a new .NET interface for the Adobe PDF Library and an update to a piece of software that converts documents into audio files.

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Attach a file to your PDF document

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One underrated feature of PDF is its ability to act as a container for other files. One example of where this could be useful would be attaching the original Word, Excel or other source files to the final PDF document, allowing it to be more readily updated. Since it’s possible to attach literally any type of file, the PDF can also act as a secure delivery medium for sensitive or commercial content.

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Why PDF in legal? #1 — Because the Judge Said So

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There are many excellent reasons to get good at using PDF in legal practice. One compelling motivation is that it is the standard for electronic filing in the Federal Courts. The rollout of the eFiling/case management program from the Administrative Office for the US Courts is well underway.

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Using Bookmarks to open files and other tricks

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Acrobat bookmarks are capable of far more than just pointing to chapter headings in PDF eContent. What about the idea of linking to related resources from a master document? ‘Trial notebook,’ anyone? In this tip, PDFforLawyers.com founder Ernest Svenson explains how to get more out of your Acrobat bookmarks.

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Converting an Image File to PDF

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In addition to using the Acrobat Distiller software, Acrobat can convert many file formats to PDF. In this tip, Author Ted Pavoda teaches you to use the Convert PDF From File command to convert image formatted files.

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